fixing Sender header (was Re: creating man pages)
On Thu, Dec 14, 2000 at 02:17:30PM +1100, Drew Parsons wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 09:51:11PM -0500, Josh Huber wrote:
> > The problems with the sender are most likely fixable by
> > set envelope_from=yes
> > which calls /usr/sbin/sendmail with -f to set the Sender: field based
> > on your From: field.
> > make sure you set your from field properly though:
> > my_hdr From: email@example.com
> OK, I'll try that. I had been trying not to make mutt set the From header,
> by having exim do the from rewriting, but, I'll try it this way.
That got the Mail-Followup-To header to read correctly. Incidentally, I
realised why my address was there along with the mailing list address:
because I need to use mutt's "subscribe" command rather than the "list"
It still doesn't seem to have affected the Sender header though, which
persistently has this gandi.net reference. Reading through the exim docs,
it says the -f option can only be used properly by a "trusted user". I'll
try making myself one of those, but I'm not sure of the syntax.
Colon-separated, I think.
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